Thien Nghiem
Kevin Yin
Stats 10 Section 1C
904146914
Week 5 Lab #3: Hot Hands
Question 1: In the histogram of Kobe Bryant's actual free throw streak lengths from the 2010 season,
the distribution is s
Chapter 19 Foreign and Defense Policy Outline
I. The Roots of the US Foreign and Defense Policy
Isolationism A national policy of avoiding participation in foreign affairs.
Unilaterlaism A national
Zakir Ali
Hot Hand Lab
Kobe Data
basket
no
yes
75
0.56391
Row
Summary
58
0.43609
133
1
S1 = count ( )
S2 = rowproport ion
1. The table above
summarizes Kobe Bryants actual data, and based on this tabl
Spring 2017 STATS 10 Introduction to Statistical Reasoning
Course Information
Instructor: Maria Cha/ Math Sciences 8967/ [email protected]
Lecture: MWF 2-2:50pm / Franz 1178
TA: Ji
Chapter 17 Social Welfare Policy Outline
I. The Policy-Making Process
Public policy An intentional course of action followed by government in dealing
with some problem or matter of concern
A. Theorie
Chapter 18 Economic Policy Outline
I. The Roots of Government Involvement in the Economy
A. The Nineteenth Century
National regulation limited (steamboat inspection and trade regulation)
States were
Ch. 13 Study Guide
Key Terms
Mandate
Definition A command indicated by an electorates votes for the elected officials to carry out
their platforms.
Significance Citizens can see if a certain candidate
Numerical Summaries
PART I
The Plan
Today:
This Week:
Overview
Mon: Visualizing Variability Part II (Ch. 2)
Summarizing Symmetric Distributions
Wed: Start Numerical Summaries (Ch. 3)
The Mean
The Va
Chapter 9
Inference on Population Means
Age distributions
For social, economic, and public health reasons, it's critical for governments to have a good
understanding of their citizens' age distributio
Chapter 8
Hypothesis Testing
Dodging the question
Politicians are notoriously bad at answering questions.
Half the time they don't answer a question at allcalled "dodging the question".
In order to he
Chapter 7 (still)
Comparing Two Proportions
What we've been up to so far
So far in this chapter, we've been focused on the following problem:
What can we say about a single, unknown population proport
Statistics 10 Review
Midterm 2
Note: This is a list of important topics, but is not exhaustive. Use this list to prioritize your studying, but
not to completely exclude topics that arent on this list!
I-Ting Lee
Lab 2
UID: 204674639
TA: Junhyung Park
1.Does the number of at-bats predict the number of runs a team will score? Create a graph
that shows the relationship between runs and at-bats from th
Bivariate
Associations:
Regression
The Plan
Today
This Week:
What is Regression?
Mon: Regression
Fitting the Line
Wed: Probability I
Interpreting Regression Lines
Fri: Probability II
Some potential is
Bivariate Associations
The Plan
Today
This Week:
Visualizing bivariate relationships
Wed: Correlation (Ch. 4.1-4.2)
The correlation coefficient
Fri: Midterm 1 (Ch. 1, 2, 3, 4.1 and 4.2)
Interpreting C
Statistics 10: Introduction to Statistical Reasoning
All information is current as of 2016-01-04 and is subject to change.
Winter 2016 / Lecture 4
Location Young Hall / Court of Sciences 24
Time MWF 3
Exploring and Understanding Data !
& Statistical Graphs
!
!
Nathan Langholz
Chapter 1: Introduction to Data
Statistics
. is the science of conducting studies to collect, organize,
summarize analyze an
Statistics 10 Review
Midterm 1
Note: This is a list of important topics, but is not exhaustive. Use this list to prioritize your studying, but
not to completely exclude topics that arent on this list!
Thien Nghiem
TA: Kevin Yin
Statistics 10 Section 1C
UID: 904146914
Week 4 Lab: Batter Up
Question 1: Yes, the number of at-bats does predict the number of runs a team will score because there
is a pos
Thien Nghiem
Kevin Yin
Discussion Section 1C
904146914
Lab 4: Tb or not Tb?
Question 1: In Hill's study, in the control group, 14 people died and 38 recovered. In the treatment
group (streptomycin), o
Thien Nghiem
Kevin Yin
Discussion 1C
904146914
Question 1: In the actual data, the distributions of babies born to smokes vs non-smokers are both
unimodal and fairly symmetric. However, the mean weigh
Probability
PART I
The Plan
Today
This Week:
Randomness and Probability
Mon: Regression
Events and the Sample Space
Wed: Probability I
Basic Rules of Theoretical Probabilities
Fri: Probability II
Frid
Visualizing Variability
The Plan
Today:
Coming up:
Steps in Data Analysis
Wed: Data and Data Collection (Ch. 1)
Visualizing Numerical Data
Fri: Visualizing Variability (Ch. 2)
Visualizing Categorical
Visualizing Data
PART II
The Plan
Last time:
Coming up:
Steps in Data Analysis
Fri: Visualizing Variability Part I (Ch. 2)
Visualizing Numerical Data
Mon: Visualizing Variability Part II (Ch. 2)
Homew
Chapter 3
Numerical Summaries of Center and Variation
What does the data look like?
A fundamental concept whenever working with data is the distribution
of the data.
The distribution of a variable is
Key: Questions (purple ), Answers(black )
Question 1: The population will be represented by a Collection called Population. Edit the Case Table of this
Collection to simulate that 20% of teens in the
Communication Studies 1 (Professor K. Mack)
Supplemental Final Exam Study Sheet
Spring 2017
The final exam is cumulative. Questions may be drawn from any of the lectures, textbooks,
supplemental readi
Skylar Kang (904855306)
Statistics 10, Disc 4A
Question 1
Yes the number of at-bats does somewhat predict the number of runs a team will score. The
graph shows a low-ish moderate ability to predict th
UCLA Department of Statistics
Statistics 10
Miles Chen
Practice Final Exam
Questions Only
Important Information:
This is a practice final exam.
The final exam will be similar to this, but of course,
Assignment: Deliver a ceremonial speech
Date you will speak: One-third of the class will speak on Thursday, April 20; one-third on Tuesday, April
25; and one-third on Thursday, April 27. You will rece